Leaked Apple Trademarks for iPhone 7 & Macbook Pro

By Staff Reporter , Updated Sep 08, 2016 10:02 AM EDT

As the iPhone 7 and Macbook Pro continue to dominate the tech world this September, Apple decided, they need to file the "Apple Trademarks" for their products. The latest however, in the long list of Apple's trademarks include the A10 Fusion and iSight Duo.

Filed recently in Brunei, the Apple Trademark, iSight Duo is given to the iPhone 7 Plus device. It protects any infringement on the device's dual lens camera system.The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will both have the integrated A10 chips, but only the Fusion in the A10 Fusion Trademark is usable on the iMac and Mac Mini models. The two trademarks were filed as early as June 6, 2016.

Meanwhile, another set of Apple Trademarks were spotted on the list of the company's filings. These are the Depth and the Writeboard. The two Apple Trademarks are said to be for the Apple Pencil. "Depth" on the other hand secures the depth of field photos for the iPhone 7 Plus.

Other Apple Trademarks recently filed by Apple include the "Apple Iris Engine," "Apple Iris Engine Image" and "Apple Touch Bar." For the device's software filings, Apple Trademarks include Apple Rich Links, "Apple Swift Labs," "Apple Smart View," "Apple Progress Card," "Apple Breathe," "Apple Smart View" and "Control Strip."

Take note that the "Apple Touch Bar" maybe particularly for the Macbook Pro, which is set to arrive this October. The Apple Smart Button on the other hand, may apply to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices.

These are just few of the many Apple Trademarks, filed by the company in different regions. These filings are meant to protect the intellectual property of the design, as well as to make known that these are Apple's original ideas.

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